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Full text of "Annual Evaluation Report Fiscal Year 1984"

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C, Costs, Benefits, and Effectiveness

Program Scope: Program records (E.I) show that in FY 1983 the National
Commttee, Arts for the Handicapped, supported more than 250 Very Special
Art Festivals across the country,, In addition, it held 600 training sessions
for teachers, artists, and parents about arts programs for the handicapped.

In FY 1983 the Kennedy Center's program supported, in part:

o   the American College Theatre Festival;

o   activities of 47 Alliance for Arts Education committees; and

o   an "Imagination Celebration" Program for Children and Youth.

Population Served:    Table 1  below summarizes the number of program
participants in FY 1983 by activity area.   (E.I)

TABLE 1
FY 1983 Activity                                  Number and Type of Participants

Very Special Arts Festivals              400,000 handicapped students

Training Programs                                290,000 teachers, artists, parents

American College Theatre                    12,000 college students

Festival   (regional and

nati onal  competitions)
Alliance for Arts Education              146,000 students, teachers, and parents

Programs
Programs for Children and Youth       460,000 students, parents, and teachers

D   Plans for Program Improvement and Recommendations for Legislation
None.

E.    Supporting Studies and Analyses Cited in Section C Above
1.   Annual  Performance Reports, Program Files, OESE.

F.    Other Supporting Data
None.

III.    RESPONSE TO GEPA 417(b)

No studies related to this program are planned.on Report, Fiscal Year 1983. Office of Planning, Budget